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Deepings Library tells readers: Don’t judge a book by its cover

A library is out to prove the age old saying that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover.

Deepings Library is asking library users if they’re brave enough to choose a book wrapped in plain paper and identified only by its opening sentence.

If so, that’s exactly what the library is doing with a selection of print and audio books.

The aim is for bookworms to discover a new author or read a book that they might never have found otherwise.

Try out one of these, for instance; ‘It was in the first week of January when Tamsin Hayes decided to kill her husband’ or; ‘”What now?” said the man at the end of the dark carriage corridor’. Who? What? Why?

Find out for yourself and take a blind date with a new literary experience.

The blind date books are available free to all library users.

To join Deeping library, call in and register at the counter or follow the links at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk.

For further information on Deeping Library go to www.facebook.com/friendsofdeepinglibrary


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